Social Enterprise in the Philippines

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  • Social Enterprise is just like any other business, the difference lies on how the profit is used.The profit is not used to enlarge the share of the business owners but for social enterprise, the profit is used to contribute to social equality and improve the living conditions of the community. There are social goals aiming to achieve like:Job creationSocial inclusionPreservation of the environment
  • Instead of profit being the end goal or its measurement of success, it sees social development as a benchmark of the enterprise’s success.
  • Social Enterprise is just like any other business, the difference lies on how the profit is used.The profit is not used to enlarge the share of the business owners but for social enterprise, the profit is used to contribute to social equality and improve the living conditions of the community. There are social goals aiming to achieve like:Job creationSocial inclusionPreservation of the environment
  • This bill aims to provide a concrete and sustainable response against poverty.It promotes and develop social enterprises as a tool in the government’s poverty reduction program. PRESENT Program (Poverty Reduction through Social Entrepreneurship)
  • Anna Meloto-Wilk, her husband Dylan Wilk and Camille Meloto are GawadKalinga volunteers who founded GandangKalikasan Inc.Anna noticed a growing trend of affordable, natural and ethically-acquired products entering in the mainstream market so they began an in-depth research work on natural and organic products, collaborating with a natural formulator and bringing them to the Philippines.It was in November of 2008 when Human Nature was officially launched in the market.
  • Raw materials are sourced locally. When it is not available, they try to develop, so if it is possible to grow and produce in the country then they would plant the raw material. GawadKalinga Enchanted Farm is an all-organic farm founded by brilliant entrepreneurs located in Angat, Bulacan who gives stable livelihood to all the residents in the GK village. The enterprises that have sprouted here are:Happy Green’s Enchanted Bottle BeverageThe Golden Egg- naturally colored salted duck eggsGourmet Keso- gourmet karabao with cheese
  • PFEC works directly with the farmers of KMMBK (Kooperatiba ng mgaMaliliitnaMangniniyog ng baranggayKanapawan) on the hills of Barangay Kanapawan in the Municipality of Labo. The 68 member farmers of KMBBK were dependent on the Copra industry which could barely support their individual family needs. PFEC capitalized on this Citronella opportunity by linking experts to develop their community's capabilities for oil extraction and marketing their finished products.AIDFI seeks to develop poor farming communities through the introduction of sustainable agri-technology.
  • BalikBote, Bigay-Buhay: This project is for those who aren't too sure about what to do with recyclable bottles and are worried about the bottle pile-up, feel free to bring your empty bottles to the Human Nature head office located along Commonwealth or to any of the Human Nature branches all over the country where all the bottles returned will be sold to help support nearby GK communities. 
  • Human Nature discloses all the ingredients on the product labels so the users can check if there are natural ingredients that their children might be allergic to, since some people can be hypersensitive even to natural ingredients.To INNOVATION: created a 100% natural perfect coverage foundation for Filipinas through Natural Care Labs’ testing and research into natural ingredients has produced many breakthrough formulations such as CREAMFoam for their natural shampoo productProducts are BFAD registered.
  • Human Nature discloses all the ingredients on the product labels so the users can check if there are natural ingredients that their children might be allergic to, since some people can be hypersensitive even to natural ingredients.To INNOVATION: created a 100% natural perfect coverage foundation for Filipinas through Natural Care Labs’ testing and research into natural ingredients has produced many breakthrough formulations such as CREAMFoam for their natural shampoo productProducts are BFAD registered.
  • Human Nature discloses all the ingredients on the product labels so the users can check if there are natural ingredients that their children might be allergic to, since some people can be hypersensitive even to natural ingredients.To INNOVATION: created a 100% natural perfect coverage foundation for Filipinas through Natural Care Labs’ testing and research into natural ingredients has produced many breakthrough formulations such as CREAMFoam for their natural shampoo productProducts are BFAD registered.
  • Social Enterprise in the Philippines

    1. 1. Social Enterprise in the Philippines “Moving the Society Forward”
    2. 2. Social Enterprise -originated by Bill Drayton (Founder of Ashoka Foundation) -It AIMS to directly address social needs and other nonfinancial goals through their own products, services or through the work rendered by marginalized people or volunteer workers within the organization.
    3. 3. Profit Maximization Business (Business Enterprise) Business Enterprise with CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Social Enterprise (Social Business) Non-Government Organization (For Profit) Non-Government Organization (Non-Profit)
    4. 4. Social Enterprise Definition from SENS: A business that operates with an idea that the profits earned by selling products or services serve to achieve a clear social mission. It means that earned funds do not serve to increase the assets of individuals - but are invested in socially useful purposes, such as hiring people who have difficulties in finding a job, social and medical services, education, environmental protection and cultural activities in the community.
    5. 5. Social Entrepreneurs play the role of change agents in the social sector by:  Adopting a mission to create and sustain social value (not just private value)  Recognizing and relentlessly pursuing new opportunities to serve that mission  Engaging in a process of continuous innovation, adaptation and learning
    6. 6. Social Entrepreneurs play the role of change agents in the social sector by:  Acting boldly without being limited by resources currently in hand  Exhibiting heightened accountability to the constituencies served and for the outcomes created
    7. 7. Social Enterprise Definition from House Bill No. 6085: MAGNA CARTA for SOCIAL ENTERPRISES Social Enterprises refer to organizations engaged in providing goods and services that are directly related to its mission of improving social well-being. -It generates profits or surplus with due regard to social and environmental costs, and makes a pro-active contribution to social and environmental problems. PRIMARY Stakeholders/Beneficiaries: Marginalized Sector of Society
    8. 8. How will the Bill help the Social Enterprise Sector? Provision of accessible non-collateralized loans thru special credit windows with a Guarantee Fund Pool Comprehensive insurance system to reduce vulnerability to climate change/calamities Resources for comprehensive capacity development for SEs and poor as partners Proactive SE market development program promoting principles of fair trade
    9. 9. How will the Bill help the Social Enterprise Sector? R&D on strategic economic subsectors, appropriate technologies and innovations to democratize access of poor to quality basic social services Preferential treatment in government procurement including coverage of performance bonds Tax exemptions and tax breaks Cash incentives (i.e. at least 25% of minimum wage for social enterprises employing PWDs)
    10. 10. Social Entrepreneurs in the Philippines Tony Meloto Social Entrepreneur of the World (World Entrepreneurship Forum, 2012) Chairman of Gawad Kalinga Foundation
    11. 11. Founded in 2008 by: Anna Meloto-Wilk, her husband Dylan and her sister Camille Primary Goal: To use business to build a better Filipino society, especially for the poor Core Principles:  Pro-Philippines  Pro-Poor  Pro-Environment
    12. 12. Pro-Philippines -Products are 100% manufactured in the country and raw materials are sourced locally -Employs several Gawad Kalinga (GK) residents from GK Enchanted Farm in Angat, Bulacan -Empowers GK farming villages to grow and produce high-standard ingredients -Sourcing some of the essential oil ingredients from local farmers’ cooperatives in Bicol and in Negros (ex. Citronella Oil for Citronella Bug Spray)
    13. 13. Pro-Poor -Employs GK residents from nearby communities in QC and provides fair living wage more than the minimum wage required by law and full time benefits -Helps marginalized farmers through partnership with PFEC and AIDF (Philippine Federation and Environmental Concern) (Alternative Indigenous Development Foundation, Inc) -Human Nature provided a Php 300,000 grant to AIDFI that will help increase their lemongrass oil production to another farm in Murcia, Negros Occidental. -Its GOAL is to develop multiple farms that will grow an industry for Philippine essential oil and extracts.
    14. 14. Pro-Environment -All the raw materials are naturally-derived, free from toxic chemicals and environmentally-friendly. -Guarantees the integrity of the products through placing the natural seal on its product labels -Uses PET recyclable bottles in packaging their products -supports “Balik Bote, Bigay-Buhay” Program
    15. 15. Natural Products 1. Ingredients are biodegradable and at least 95% natural (the same standard set by the Natural Products Association in the USA). 2. The ingredients come from a renewable resource with no petroleum compounds, and are also processed in a way that doesn't harm the environment. 3. A product may contain a "non-natural" ingredient, but is only permitted if there is no readily available natural alternative, at which point, the ingredient meets strict criteria on human and environmental safety and biodegradability. It gives awareness to the product users the ingredients used .
    16. 16. Product Ingredients: What’s IN and What’s NOT? LEGEND: Synthetic Chemical Human Nature’s Natural Alternatives What It Does To You
    17. 17. Social Enterprise Partners: Bayani Brew refreshing brewed beverages Trese – t-shirt merchandise Kape Mariacoffee Gourmet Keso Red Carpet- specializes in locally-made furnishings, weaving items that utilizes indigenous deisgn and materials
    18. 18. Enchanted Farm Social Businesses:
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    32. 32. Achievements of Social Enterprises in the Philippines  Built sturdy structured-homes in clean and beautifully landscaped communities
    33. 33. Achievements of Social Enterprises in the Philippines  Families were able to send their children to school  No longer poor, no longer hungry
    34. 34. How will you help change the world?  Let us support and patronize the products of our local social entrepreneurs.  Let us support Gawad Kalinga’s nation-building operations through volunteering.  Collect and surrender empty plastic bottles in your village to these social enterprises and they will convert it to a recyclable material.  Fundraise for them to support social improvement activities.  Sponsor an event.  Generous donations.
    35. 35. References: http://www.gk1world.com/home http://humanheartnature.com/buy/content/category/advocacy http://www.sens.rs/en/social-entrepreneurship http://socialbusinesssummit.net/venue/enchanted-farm-social-businesses http://www.pef.ph/phocadownload/Social-Enterprise-Bill_HB-6085.pdf

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